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NGOs fight on the most vital frontlines of our time

NGOs fight on the most vital frontlines of our time

War and disaster are an unfortunate staple of our news cycles. In such times of hardship, the mission critical communications that connect aid workers can be the only hope of the victims of catastrophe. With exclusive comment from Najwa Natalie Ayoub, Market Development Manager for Government and the UN-NGO/Relief Sector at Thuraya, we take a look at the sector.

Laurence Russell, Assistant Editor, Global Military Communications

Laurence Russell, Assistant Editor, Global Military Communications

Ingenuity combined with state-of-the-art technology

Ingenuity combined with state-of-the-art technology

Carol Craig, a self-described “astropreneur” and unconventional CEO, was the first female owner-founder of a space company, Sidus Space, to put her organization on the NASDAQ earlier this year. Her company strives to provide development solutions for space industries, as well as a modular satellite-as-a-service model in their LizzieSat platform.

Laurence Russell, Assistant Editor, Global Military Communications

Laurence Russell, Assistant Editor, Global Military Communications

Staying a step ahead of security and crisis risks

Staying a step ahead of security and crisis risks

Dragonfly, a specialist security intelligence firm, helps organisations stay a step ahead of security and crisis risks. We spoke with the company’s newly appointed Head of Advisory, Cvete Koneska, to get her opinion on the risks facing the satellite and space industries now that sanctions have been placed against Russia.

Crispin Littlehales, Global Contributing Editor, Satellite Evolution Group

Crispin Littlehales, Global Contributing Editor, Satellite Evolution Group

Space crash

Space crash

Many have regarded space as being above the ups and downs of Earthly politics, and for good reason. Since the creation of the International Space Station (ISS) and the 1998 signing of Space Station Treaty by the United States, the European Union, Canada, Japan, and Russia, astronauts and cosmonauts have worked side by side on scientific experiments and technological advances that have benefited Earth’s inhabitants. However, Russia’s unprovoked invasion of Ukraine has now jeopardized not only the balance of power aboard the ISS, but also the multi-national satellite and space industry itself.

Crispin Littlehales Global Contributing Editor, Satellite Evolution Group

Crispin Littlehales Global Contributing Editor, Satellite Evolution Group